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... Ever since, I've felt like I have something stuck in my esophagus. There's no burning pain, but it just feels really, really uncomfortable. ... (3 replies)
... It could be GERD or from the anxiety. Acid in the esophagus from GERD can vary often cause this feeling. You can try some over the counter Prilosec for a bit to see if it helps. ... (2 replies)
... years ago my GP sent me to a gastroenterologist because I had heartburn and reflux. They did an endoscopy and discovered thru biopsy I had a bacterial infection in my stomach called H. Pylori. Supposedly it's pretty common, but only a few get really sick from it. ... (2 replies)

... I wasn't aware of the increased risk of food poisoning, but as a Mom, I have always been very careful about hygiene in my kitchen, and there are steps I always take to avoid the food poisoning risk. ... (13 replies)
... hey guys I had an endoscopy done in november and my food still feels like its stuck in my throat and I have to drink so much water to finally get it down, i am wondering if anyone has had to have the esophagus stretched more than once a year? ... (9 replies)
... for it. He just give me an oral inhaler of some type of steroid. I don't remember what it was, but it didn't make a difference with respect to the swallowing. I still might see an allergy specialist, just to rule it out. ... (7 replies)
... it worked. It goes away in minutes. ... (6 replies)
... ive and I have appreciated all your encouragement through this process. The manometry test was not difficult. I will take you through it step by step since it is still fresh in my mind. ... (39 replies)
... ure to ask the doc what type of dilator he used since I had read there are several. I remember the nurse giving a shot into my iv and helped me put a mouth guard in my mouth and that's it. The procedure from the time I was put out to waking up was right around 30 minutes. ... (7 replies)
... on burning in esophagus about where the collarbone meets the sternum. ... (1 replies)
... I am new here and am suffering like most of you. I hope for someone to hear me out as nobody in my community understands what I'm going through. ... (4 replies)
... but doctors back home were worried that it might damage my esophagus further. Lansoprazole was a precautionary measure. ... (13 replies)
Bedtime & Food
Nov 1, 2011
... my dinner. So far this is working well. The idea is to minimize the acid production at night while you sleep because, obviously, the acid is more prone to leak in to your esophagus when you are laying flat. ... (4 replies)
... It all started back in September of last year when I had my worst acid attack. I never had that bad of an attack. ... (15 replies)
... ot where I feel the spasms going through my back. Sometimes the spasms are triggered after I take a bit of food. Just now I ate a bit of bagel, felt the 'lump' in my esophagus and the pains started. ... (0 replies)
... chronic gastritis the doctor said my stomach looks like a field that has been washed out by the rain, it's red, wavy indentation in the stomach lining. ... (8 replies)
... Anyone that is having trouble swallowing, look up "Achalasia" It is a term for now being able to swallow. I had and still have trouble sometimes. They found that my esophaugus contractions do not work. The contractions are the muscles that push the food down. ... (11 replies)
... I've been suffering from a big flare up of acid reflux the past two months. I was eating soft grinded food initially because solid foods weren't going down right. I thought it had to do with my esophagus because of all the reflux. ... (14 replies)
... If you are sure that the blood comes from the esophagus and not the stomach then PPI is not the solution! ... (3 replies)
... ood. Also aloe vera juice, DGL licorice, green tea, and anything anti inflammatory. Coffee and tea with or without caffeine makes no difference. It's the acid in the drinks that you need to avoid. ... (7 replies)


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